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Andrew O'Neil

Andrew O’Neil is Associate Professor of International Relations and Associate Dean of Research in the Faculty of Social Sciences at Flinders University.

Andrew O'Neil reviews 'Terrorism and Intelligence in Australia: A history of ASIO and national surveillance' by Frank Cain

July-August 2009, no. 313 01 July 2009
Timely and accurate intelligence remains crucial to providing early warning of preparations for a terrorist attack. In this sense, high-grade intelligence represents the ‘front end’ of counter-terrorist strategy. This has certainly been reflected in the streamlining of Australia’s intelligence agencies since 9/11 and in the unprecedented resources that have been diverted to those agencies, p ... (read more)